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Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinner Audiobook Review


Monster Hunter Memoirs - Sinner by Larry Correia and John Ringo

Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinner – Audiobook Review


  • Author: Larry Cooreia and John Ringo
  • Narrated by:  Oliver Wyman
  • Length: 10 hours and 30 minutes
  • Unabridged
  • Genre: Science Fiction/Paranormal

Download or CD available to BUY at Amazon.


Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinner – Audio Book Summary:


Monster Hunter Memoir series comes with another installment in the long running and best selling series with Sinner.

Chad Oliver Gardenier is one of the finest hunters the Monster hunter International has at their disposal and if wherever he is called to you can bet that it is a place you would not even wish on your worst enemy. This time around he gets assigned to assist the Monster Hunter International’s Hoodoo Squad in New Orleans as they are currently knee deep in hell, so to speak.

Chad once killed a werewolf while only wearing his jogging gear which makes him a force to be reckoned even without his tools but New Orleans is slowly turning to a literal hell on Earth. Werewolves are coming out of the woodwork every full moon, demonic shadow entities prowl the city, necromancers are out in full force, a 50-foot crocodile monsters appears out of nowhere and vampires are a dime a dozen. 80’s New Orleans is experiencing the worst night in its history and it is up to Chad and a handful remaining members of the Hoodoo Squad to set things right. Chad is looking for a big payday but the thing is he needs to stay alive long enough to collect that sweet bounty.

One reason to listen:
This is a fantastic paranormal audiobook that captures the thrills as well the humor that made Monster Hunter Memoir a multimillion selling hit.


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“I’ve got to say that Chad’s adventures in MHI are some of my favorite to read! John Ringo has a wonderful interpretation of Larry Correias monster filled world. I can’t wait to pick up the next MHI book!” – Robert B.


“It felt more like a character from Ringo’s “Paladin of Shadows” found himself in the MHI world. Replace monsters with terrorists/bad buys, and well, it would have still worked as a book.” – S. Casper


“I am a fast reader as well, so go through them pretty quickly. However, they are some of the books I find I can re-read and still enjoy which is a big plus. Looking forward to more.” – Mary E. Burnette


“I dinged the first book in this series for all sorts of reasons, so to be fair, I need to say that this one is a lot better. It’s still not up to the standard of a solo Correia book, but this one has lots of action and flashes of humor.” – Mary Pride


“It’s a fun ride, but little in the way of a beginning, middle, and end. This book is all middle.” – Some Guy

Score on Audible: 4.8 out of 5
Score on Amazon: 4.5 out of 5

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